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Old April 11th, 2007, 02:15 PM   #101
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YTL Land working wonders on backwater land
BY ANGIE NG




Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian at The Maple in Sentul West

YTL Land and Development Bhd is showing its mettle as a creative and value-adding property developer, turning land parcels in the backwater of the Klang Valley into prime real estate developments.

The company's projects have not always started with the best of locations, ranging from disused mining lands in Puchong and Sungei Besi, to less than desirable addresses in Pantai Dalam and Sentul. But it has done a good job of adding value to the land and churning out award-winning projects.

YTL Land executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian said the challenge not only lay in ensuring unbeatable, distinct products. It is also to come up with environments pegged on lifestyles to ultimately deliver on the YTL promise of a truly valuable branded home.

He said the take-up for the company’s projects had been impressive.

Contributory factors include managing risks by keeping launches in sync with market conditions and building long-term relationships with customers by ensuring continued valuable returns.

For its efforts, the company’s Andalucia condominium project in Pantai Hillpark was picked by FIABCI Malaysia as the best residential development in the high-rise category this year.

Yeoh said that being a relatively young developer, the award reaffirmed the company’s status as a builder of communities and underscored the sense of innovation that drove the company.

“By building residences with the strictest quality standards, we have not only met their needs for a house, but presented them with a unique lifestyle. This is in the form of a chic waterfront esplanade in Lake Edge and 35 acres of private park in Sentul Park.

“In the latest sale recorded at the Sentul development, The Maple hit an all-time high of RM400 per sq ft. This is almost doubling the launch price of RM250 psf about two years ago – and this has elevated the status of the condominiums to those in the much sought-after Mont’Kiara neighbourhood,” Yeoh said.

The company’s success can be attributed to the innovativeness of its residential products coupled with the high appreciation values of the property.

“Part of our recipe for success is also ensuring the continued relationship with our loyal customers. Choosing to invest in relationship marketing with our loyal customers has paid off,” he said.

YTL Land is eager to capture the foreign buyers' market under the Malaysia My Second Home programme by going on roadshows in Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia.

He said with the competitive exchange rates that increased a foreign buyer’s purchasing power, “Malaysia is definitely becoming a choice destination for property investments. The challenge then rests in how one can convert the opportunity and maximise the advantages.”

Yeoh said YTL Land had the opportunity to harness the parent company’s 50-year history in the construction industry.

“We have the luxury of being creative with our designs, taking bold steps in layouts and project concepts. Yet they are safely built, at affordable and manageable costs.

“The year ahead promises to be another good one for us as we realise more and more elements of our flagship development, Sentul West & Sentul East. We will also concentrate on completing our Lake Edge, Puchong & Pantai Hillpark developments and growing our Lake Fields project in Sungei Besi further,” he added.

Both the Pantai Hillpark and Sentul developments will be the main earnings driver in the next two to three years.

There are two more parcels to be developed in Pantai Hillpark after the completion of five phases there to date.

Pantai Hillpark will have a commercial park while the last residential parcel will comprise bungalows and semi-detached houses.

Yeoh said the competitive market had raised the bar for developers, and only the fittest survived.

This in essence paves the way for the growth of more creative and responsible players, and a mixed bag of intelligent, innovative products that provide high returns to consumers.
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PJ set to undergo major redevelopment

PJ set to undergo major redevelopment

By JADE CHAN
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May 4, 2007


PETALING JAYA has come a long way from being a rubber estate decades ago, then a satellite town and now a bustling city that is still undergoing a lot of development.

“I remember housing areas like those along Jalan Templer being a fenced up area,” said Section 14A Rukun Tetangga (RT) committee member Soosainathan Arokiasamy, who has been a PJ resident since 1964.

“Sir Gerald Templer (then the High Commissioner of Malaya and Petaling District council chairman) must have planned for PJ to be a satellite town to prevent people from assisting the communists,” he said.

“A satellite town is a self-sustained area outside a larger commercial area. PJ is very different compared to 30 years ago when it was meant to be a satellite town to serve those working in KL,” said Jones Lang Wootton Malaysia senior vice president Azlina Abdul Rahman

Soosainathan and Azlina were among a group of individuals, comprising Rukun Tetangga representatives, property valuers and a retailer, who recently got together to discuss the changes and redevelopment plans for Petaling Jaya, especially in Section 14.

The purpose of the discussion was to trace the history of old PJ, what it is like now and what they want PJ to become in the future.

“PJ South, from Section 8 till PJ Old Town, had the first settlements, which were established about 53 years ago. As development progressed, PJ North, located on the other side of the Federal Highway, was developed. The first four schools in PJ were SMK Assunta, SMK La Salle, Bukit Bintang Boys School and Sekolah Sri Petaling,” said Soosainathan, a former senior assistant at SMK La Salle.

“The first supermarket in PJ – Jaya Shopping Centre (better known as Jaya Supermarket) – was built in 1974 in Section 14. The first mosque was also built here,” said Section 14A RT chairman Tee Kee Tian.

“I like staying in Section 14. Access is good as there are many roads to KL and other towns, the cost of living is not as high as in areas like Damansara Utama and it is convenient to shop at Jaya for fresh produce,” said Tee, a PJ resident for 26 years.

“There were many colleges here in the mid-90’s and a medan selera at the market that drew in the college crowd. Many young people have moved out as the colleges have since relocated elsewhere but the newly opened Digital Mall is drawing them back, he said.

“What Section 14 lacks is a proper neighbourhood shopping mall that provides various merchandise and services under one roof,” he said.

Yee Wah Hing’s Watch Sdn Bhd director Yee Wah Hing owns one of the founding shops in Jaya Shopping Centre and has since expanded to include another shop in Bangsar Shopping Centre.

“My shop in Jaya used to be 600 sq ft; it is now 1,400 sq ft. Rental has also gone up. It used to be RM2 per sq ft in 1974 and it is now RM12 per sq ft,” said Yee.


Jaya Shopping Centre was the first supermarket built in PJ.

According to Tee, there are plans to demolish Jaya Shopping Centre and have it rebuilt.

Its retailers, including Yee’s watch shop, will be moving to the nearby Jaya 33.

“Residents think the idea is good, so long as the redevelopment includes more parking space, proper access roads and better loading/unloading area.”

“Though the neighbouring Section 13 was developed as a light industrial zone, it is not conducive to have this within a residential area,” said Jones Lang Wootton Malaysia executive director Malathi Thevendran.

“The upcoming retail and commercial developments in Jaya 1 and Jaya 33 in Section 13 are to meet the needs of the residents as there is more demand for the service sectors.

“These buildings will feature the latest designs and better planned parking spaces, loading bays, access roads and security,” said Thevendran whose company provides consultancy services like property evaluation and management to property developers

Tee acknowledged that there are pros and cons when it comes to development.

“With development comes better infrastructure and more convenience for the people, but it also means more traffic and problems like snatch thefts and car robberies.”

The Section 14A RT, one of the oldest in Malaysia, makes sure that proper streetlights are installed at the streets, fields and roads, and often organises activities that foster community ties.

“I look forward to the redevelopment of PJ. Once Jaya Shopping Centre is rebuilt, I will open my third watch shop there,” said Yee.
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RM30m Bandar Botanic clubhouse opens tomorrow
Updated : 11-05-2007
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KLANG: Gamuda Land Bhd is giving purchasers of its Bandar Botanic houses exclusive use of the township's newly completed RM30mil clubhouse.

Klang Municipal Council president Abdul Bakir Haji Zin will officially open the six-star Bandar Botanic Resort Club, said to be the biggest and the first of its kind resort clubhouse in Klang, tomorrow.

Gamuda Land managing director Chow Chee Wah said the clubhouse, completed early this year, was built on about eight acres near the gated and guarded community of Ambang Botanic.

The clubhouse is now fully operational. It will extend to the residential community the use of new facilities and amenities, thus enhancing a wholesome lifestyle in this unique parkland township, he said.

He was speaking to the media during a tour of the clubhouse and part of the 1,240-acre RM3bil freehold township in Klang.

Chow told StarBiz that work on the second phase of the club would begin soon.

Phase two, on about four acres, would have a large Chinese restaurant, a banquet hall and floating gazebo. It would cost RM8mil.

The clubhouse, designed by Belt Collins, an internationally acclaimed design firm, started operation on May 5.

Its facilities include a multi-purpose hall housing six badminton courts, two squash courts, three tennis courts, a room with eight table tennis tables, a 50m Olympic lap pool, large fun pool, changing rooms, reading room, children's play area and gymnasium.

There is also a fun pub, coffee house and multi-purpose room. The monthly subscription fee is RM72.50, inclusive of 5% service tax.

Chow also announced the soft launch of 132 affordable semi-detached houses this weekend.

These houses, with lot sizes of 36ft x 75ft and 2,529 sq ft of gross floor area, are priced at RM450,000.
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nice roof structure on the "Opposite PJ8"

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$12B LRT IN SELANGOR

June 05, 2007 19:36 PM

Selangor To Extend LRT Network To Klang, Kajang & Rawang


By Umi Hani Sharani

SHAH ALAM, June 5 (Bernama) -- Selangor's prime urban areas will enjoy light rail transit (LRT) services within five years as the country's first developed state vies to rival Singapore in having the region's best public transportation system.

The LRT line will form a loop from Wilayah Persekutuan to Klang and straight on to Puchong, Bukit Jalil, Kajang, Ampang, Ulu Klang and Rawang, Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo said today.

The state government, he told Bernama, has allocated around RM12 billion to enhance the LRT system under the Ninth Malaysia Plan by way of Private Finance Initiatives.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had announced last August that the LRT line from Kelana Jaya will be extended to Subang Jaya and USJ, while the Sri Petaling line will cover Puchong, in addition to a new line to Damansara.

Mohamad Khir told Bernama in an interview here that his government intends to extend the line from Kelana Jaya to Klang as well and from there to link up with Puchong.

While having new roads and highways will not necessarily improve traffic congestion in urban and suburban areas, he is confident that enhancing the LRT services offers a more effective solution.

"That's why we cannot keep building roads and highways in the Klang Valley. In the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor alone, every month there are 35,000 new cars on the road. Even squatters or low-cost house residents are asking for two parking lots each," he said.

"While the number of motorcycles is now reducing tremendously, the number of cars is increasing daily. So, the public needs to be given the best choice of public transport.

"It is either you take your own car or take the best public transportation. We cannot force the public to choose the worst, but we can force the public to choose the best.

"It will also have less political impact," he added in jest.

As much as the state wants to improve its public transportation, Mohamad Khir said, Selangor also wishes to be fully broadband-enabled by 2008, and it has already started with the Klang Valley Broadband Push Programme.

He said Energy, Water and Communication Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission have agreed to help with the initiative.

"Just as with the transport system, we are going to compare Klang Valley's ICT with Singapore, apple-to-apple. That is our aim," he said.

The state has already embarked on a few private-initiative ICT towns, such as that being developed by I-Bhd.

"I understand that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has decided to widen the concept of Cyberjaya.

"So any factory or industrial area that has multimedia (credentials) will be awarded special licences and they will get incentives," he said.

Mohamad Khir said Malaysia as a whole cannot be compared with Singapore's steady technology advances and rapid transportation, "but for Klang Valley, we can compare with Singapore apple-to-apple within five years if we can provide more in terms of ICT and public transportation system."

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the building is less than 10 floor and yet they call it MENARA LYL. crazy!!!!
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Menara LYL, Jalan 51A/223, Petaling Jaya




Sleekly enhancing the skyline in one of Petaling Jaya’s most prestigious precincts is Menara LYL. This 9½-level building is a benchmark of commercial excellence with its strategic location, comprehensive infrastructure and quality finishing.

Developed by LYL Capital Sdn Bhd, Menara LYL is situated in the midst of thriving Petaling Jaya. It enjoys a much-vaunted mix of respected traditional establishments in banking, commercial and public services, as well as exciting new enterprises in retail, hospitality, healthcare, entertainment and lifestyle.

Location

Menara LYL sits on a land area of approximately two acres and is located at Jalan 223 of Section 51A, Petaling Jaya. It is excellently placed in one of Petaling Jaya’s most vibrant and energetic enclaves.

Prominent landmarks in the building’s immediate vicinity include the Petaling Jaya Hilton Hotel, Hongkong Bank, Maybank, Armada Hotel, Crystal Plaza, Menara Axis, Tun Hussein Onn Eye Hospital, Wisma MCIS Zurich, University Hospital, Stamford College and Menara PKNS and the premises of the Naza Motor Group Showroom (One of the top prominent showroom in Malaysia).

In terms of distance, Menara LYL is approximately 6km south-west of the Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is 15 km from the Shah Alam, 35 km from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and 30 km from Westport & Northport.

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OASIS @ Ara Damansara
The rising star of Ara Damansara..........



Oasis Ara Damansara is divided into six phases of development on 15.7 acres, and has a gross development value (GDV) of RM500mil. It has two office towers integrated into a lifestyle environment featuring shops, a landscaped jogging track, serviced apartments and Central Piazza, featuring cafes and shops as well as a floating stage.

In will also have a comprehensive security system ranging from CCTV cameras, central monitoring system to how the buildings and service roads are designed to ensure maximum safety.

The development of the first phase, which is likely to start early next year, is expected to generate a GDV of RM133mil. It will comprise 288 shop offices and office suites in two 10 to 12-storey blocks. The first phase is targeted to be completed by end-2009 and all the six phases by 2011.

The project is undertaken by Sime Darby Brunsfield Holding Sdn Bhd, a joint-venture company between the property divisions of both Sime Darby and Brunsfield. Sime Darby Property, which owns about 87 acres in the area, has some 70 acres of prime commercial land left. The remaining land bank would be used to complement Oasis Ara Damansara by developing a mix of retail and office space and serviced apartments.
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SOMEWHERE ALONG FEDERAL HWAY

couldnt remember exactly where this is...maybe after PJ8 and menara LYL going in KL direction

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Menara LYL, Jalan 51A/223, Petaling Jaya




Sleekly enhancing the skyline in one of Petaling Jaya’s most prestigious precincts is Menara LYL. This 9½-level building is a benchmark of commercial excellence with its strategic location, comprehensive infrastructure and quality finishing.

Developed by LYL Capital Sdn Bhd, Menara LYL is situated in the midst of thriving Petaling Jaya. It enjoys a much-vaunted mix of respected traditional establishments in banking, commercial and public services, as well as exciting new enterprises in retail, hospitality, healthcare, entertainment and lifestyle.

Location

Menara LYL sits on a land area of approximately two acres and is located at Jalan 223 of Section 51A, Petaling Jaya. It is excellently placed in one of Petaling Jaya’s most vibrant and energetic enclaves.

Prominent landmarks in the building’s immediate vicinity include the Petaling Jaya Hilton Hotel, Hongkong Bank, Maybank, Armada Hotel, Crystal Plaza, Menara Axis, Tun Hussein Onn Eye Hospital, Wisma MCIS Zurich, University Hospital, Stamford College and Menara PKNS and the premises of the Naza Motor Group Showroom (One of the top prominent showroom in Malaysia).

In terms of distance, Menara LYL is approximately 6km south-west of the Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is 15 km from the Shah Alam, 35 km from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and 30 km from Westport & Northport.

nicely designed + perfect location.
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